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Slade - sometime in the 1980s. Didn't really know what to expect, but it was a great night.
Reading through all this makes me so glad I don't have perfect pitch. I think my pitch-tolerance must be pretty flexible :lol:
Your son did a nice job. It looks cool. I would leave it there.
I also have a 50s Road Worn. You said pretty much what I was going to say.
Agreed - cute, but don't get one trapped in your kitchen ...
The garbage trucks here play ‘Fur Elise’ ... every day.
Haha, I can relate to this. I learned to play fingers-only ‘cos getting up to find a pick sometimes feels like a bit too much effort.
Naive little me is shocked by the revelations in this thread! Having said that, I've never been a huge fan of live albums - all the cheering and...
Very cool guitar design, and looks great in that color to me.
I thought it looked like a Baja 60s (the pale blue one).
Beautiful job - lucky grandchildren!
Haha, I was just having a good laugh about that bit!
Fantastic piece of musical history, really enjoyed watching it - thanks for posting....
Looks pretty cool to me.
I've never compared a 10 and 10C sound-wise, but I also have a 10C, and would echo the point made about the difficulty in reading the lettering -...
Thank you for the comparison! Can I have the 64, but with the 52 pickups please?
That's a beauty!
I can totally relate.
Nice collection! Stone pics?
Do you have a favorite finger though?
Nifty-looking picks! Looks like they must have a good “grip”.
That’s some kind of a bond that’s built between a man and his pick in 33 years!
Never give up hope - they will return one day!